I always loved Him Heang’s and everytime my aunty came to KL from Penang, she’d buy a few boxes of Him Heang’s. But now, my uncle bought another brand and I loved it immediately. I can wallop half a box in a few hours of TV. Its better than Him Heang’s orginal recipe. This one is coffee flavoured. Yummy. But…. Drangonball anyone?? Ghee Hiang? This … Continue reading Evolution of tambun biscuit
Yesterday I decided to throw away my collection of cigarette boxes that have been sitting in my antique display cabinet in the living room. You can’t find some of these at the shop here. Some are from Africa. Some are from the US. Cigarette box is quite handy for storing AA batteries for the camera and some other small stuffs. However, I have quit smoking … Continue reading Throwing it away. Tak nak.
Ok… my dad bought this Sony 10 mega-pixel camera for £200 from a guy who bought it using stolen credit card. Let me show you what come with the package: 1: Carrying bag 2: Extra “SONY” label sticker 3: Instruction Manual 4: USB cable for connectivity 5: Hanging clip for your printed glossy photo to dry 6: Extra hand string 7: 3mm – RCA cable … Continue reading For sale : The £200 camera at half price
Prevention of Cancer The above is a link to the PDF document that you should read for your info about cancer and its implication. How to prevent cancer and stuffs like that. You need Adobe Reader in order to read this. Get it here. Continue reading Tips for cancer prevention
Whose idea is this to put a signboard behind a tree, and another signboard in front of the tree?! Continue reading Malaysian multi signboard
Newspaper cutting of Kong Wah Press (northern region). Returned to The Lord on 7th Sept 2007, about 6.35pm at Mt. Miriam Hospital, Penang due to illness. She was 42 years old. On 9th Sept 2007, the funeral Mass was held at Sacred Heart Church, Kulim and cremation was done at Berapit Crematorium, Bukit Mertajam. The urn was brought to Cheras Christian Cemetry, Kuala Lumpur on … Continue reading Rest in peace, Yin Yi
Today is the mid autumn festival. Happy eating your mooncakes and playing your lanterns. Please remember don’t play with fire and burn your house down. Continue reading Mid Autumn Festival